Just a short distance from New York City, the suburbs of Northern New Jersey offer the same perks as the big city without the traffic and crowds. These towns are an easy escape where you can spend a relaxing day shopping, eating, and enjoying great weather outside of the city.
Most people wouldn't think to put southern and fashion in the same sentence, but the South is starting to earn the recognition it deserves in the fashion industry, and Charleston is largely responsible for that.
The City of Angels, a megacity and metropolis you kinda have to visit once in your life. Yes, yes, it tends to get a bad rep - the traffic, the dirt, the people - but only, because most visitors don't know what to do and where the cool kids hang.
Rosati suggested the Amalfi Coast, a stunning -- to say the least -- stretch of coastline on the Sorrentine Peninsula (south of Naples), as well as the historically-glam isle of Capri, located just offshore.
From the streets of LA to the runways of New York, it seems like printed pants are the new It item, and the options are endless. From florals and tribal patterns to simply sweet prints, everyone is sure to find the perfect pair to match their unique personality.
Upon entering Swing, you become overwhelmed by the eclectic and gorgeous decor, clothing, smells and the contagious smile of Swing's owner, Helena Greene. Swing is a high-end concept shop in the heart of Harlem, housing up-and-coming, high-end designers from around the world.
There's no need to wrap up in your towel and use the old, "It's a bit chilly out" line, this summer. There is an array of different bathing suit styles that can help cover up the body blunders while keeping you looking fabulous and fashionable too.
We have all been "that girl," the delusional dresser, as some may call her. Standing in the mirror of the dressing room, trying on the dress that looked killer on the mannequin, and hey, it kind of looks like that on you, too, right?
Pastel is the color of the season and the lighter hues are showing up on every piece of clothing imaginable, including your leather goods. If you're holding out on snagging yourself a piece of the pastel pie, you are definitely missing out.
Style blogger Serena Goh of The Spicy Stiletto explains how to mix and match higher priced items with everyday pieces to create an urban, chic spring look that still utilizes her favorite fabric: leather.
It looks like the U.S. is in need of a pep talk! While we don't have Kid President here to raise our spirits, maybe this will: dressing for your body type will accentuate your assets and even what you might consider your less-desirable parts.